The Weekly Quantum Digest: Quantum Materials Search Gets Some Large-Scale Help

In this week’s digest, we look at scientists who are bringing the ginormous to the nano-scale to advance the search for better quantum materials and we’ll join a team of researchers as they fire up a quantum heat engine. Plus, AWS is officially allowing access to its quantum computing service.. and lots more!

Spotlight Story: 

“Researchers at Columbia University and University of California, San Diego, have introduced a novel “multi-messenger” approach to quantum physics that signifies a technological leap in how scientists can explore quantum materials.” —


The 12 Most Important and Stunning Quantum Experiments of 2019 — Live Science

Quantum Computing Could Solve Problems We Don’t Even Know We Have — Macleans

Qubits Can Now Talk to Each Other With Long-Distance Silicon Service — The Quantum Daily

The Experimental Demonstration of a Spin Quantum Heat Engine —

Chinese Scientists Develop Portable Quantum Satellite Communication Device — Yahoo

Quantum Computing: The Certainty of the Uncertain — Who’s Who Legal


AWS Officially Launched Its Quantum Computing Service — Forbes

5 Tech That Will Explode In Your Life This Decade — CIO

James Der Derian On How Quantum Tech Will Change Our Lives — Big Tech Podcast

Quantum Pumping in Latin America — The Quantum Daily

Inside the race to quantum-proof our vital infrastructure — Computing UK


Under Trump, Science Isn’t Dead. Feds’ New Focus Includes AI, Quantum Computing — Inquirer


Research Staff Member – Quantum Algorithms — IBM

Scientist I – Quantum Computing Theorist – Military veterans preferred — Raytheon

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Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Insider. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing.

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